Cortland County
New York

Resolution
331-17

Amend Contract/Town of Cincinnatus/Snow and Ice-County and State Roads/Highway Department

Information

Department:Highway DepartmentSponsors:Highway Superintendent Charles Sudbrink
Category:Amendment

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WHEREAS, the Cortland County Legislature approved Resolution 81-15  to enter into a new five year agreement with the Town of Cincinnatus to control snow and ice on 4.05 miles of County roads and 8.01 miles of State Roads during the 2016-2017and thru the 2020-2021 snow seasons, AND

 

WHEREAS, the Highway Committee has recommended that it would be beneficial to both the County of Cortland and the Town of Cincinnatus that the County perform snow and ice control on the aforementioned 8.01 miles of State Roads, AND

 

WHEREAS, the Highway Committee of this Legislature has recommended that the County amend the existing  agreement with the Town of Cincinnatus to control snow and ice on  the 4.05 miles of County roads during the 2016-2017and thru the 2020-2021 snow seasons, AND

 

WHEREAS, the Highway Committee has recommended that the County resume the Snow and Ice Control on State Roads within the Town of Cincinnatus under its existing time and material contract with the State of New York, NOW THEREFORE BE IT               

 

            RESOLVED, that the Chairman of the Legislature, upon review and approval by the County Attorney or designee and subject to appropriation of funding by the Legislature  is hereby authorized to amend said Snow and Ice Agreement with the Town of Cincinnatus, AND BE IT FURTHER

 

            RESOLVED, that the Cortland County Treasurer be and is hereby authorized and directed to make payment for said agreement from Account # D51105.54817.7300.

Meeting History

Sep 12, 2017 10:00 AM  Highway Committee Committee Meeting

Mr. Krey said the Cincinnatus Town Highway Superintendent has indicated the Town no longer wishes to plow State Roads. He said the Town has indicated that it will maintain up to 4 miles of County roads, with the County picking up the 8 miles of State roads. Mr. Krey said the County can handle the additional miles without difficulty. Mr. Sudbrink said this whole matter may be revisited depending on the outcome of the Cincinnatus Town Highway Superintendent election.

RESULT:APPROVED [UNANIMOUS]
MOVER:Christopher Newell, District 11 - Committee Member
SECONDER:Thomas P. Hartnett, District 3 - Committee Member
AYES:Thomas P. Hartnett, Charles Sudbrink, Linda Jones, Christopher Newell
EXCUSED:Richard Bushnell, Gordon Wheelock, Joseph Steinhoff
Sep 19, 2017 10:00 AM  Budget & Finance Committee Committee Meeting
RESULT:APPROVED [UNANIMOUS]
MOVER:John R Troy, Committee Member
SECONDER:Sandra Price, Committee Member
AYES:John R Troy, Kevin Whitney, Sandra Price, George Wagner, Mary Ann Discenza, Linda Jones, Donnell Boyden
EXCUSED:Joseph Steinhoff
Sep 28, 2017 6:00 PM Video Cortland County Legislature Legislative Session
RESULT:ADOPTED [UNANIMOUS]
MOVER:Charles Sudbrink, Majority Leader
SECONDER:Mary Ann Discenza, District 6
AYES:John R Troy, Amy Cobb, Thomas P. Hartnett, Richard Bushnell, Mary Ann Discenza, Raylynn Knolls, Donnell Boyden, Linda Jones, Gordon Wheelock, Christopher Newell, Joseph Steinhoff, Kevin Whitney, Sandra Price, George Wagner, James Denkenberger, Charles Sudbrink
ABSENT:Luke Snyder